Communications and Advocacy Advisor , The Challenge Initiative
Njeri Mbugua is a communication and marketing strategist with over 10 years of experience working with a range of profit and not-for-profit organizations. Currently, she is the Communications and Advocacy Advisor for the Jhpiego-implemented The Challenge Initiative (TCI). She brings extensive experience in engaging the voices of various stakeholders in shaping health interventions to reduce barriers to health information, products, and services. She is a multi-faceted professional with strong expertise in program management, knowledge management, and health communication. During her career, she has assisted government counterparts with the development and launch of strategic advocacy plans for reproductive health and mHealth and gender. Njeri’s ultimate goal is to ensure she is able to articulate a distinct voice to bring about greater autonomy and dignity that will transform the lives of young girls and women.
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